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    Bigyellataxi on here???? Don't he do brake stuff made to size
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    70-73 camaro /chevelle , i,m coming over on the 25th 7 will be in hereford on the 26th beaulie autojumble sept 4th i can bring a pair with me if it helps , cheers RAY A in sf

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    Quote Originally Posted by cc41memorylane View Post
    Bigyellataxi on here???? Don't he do brake stuff made to size

    THANKS, All ... i spoke with Guy last night - and that's the way it's going, rather than perhaps get the wrong bits.

    Difficult as it's not confirmed as yet what the 'donor' Brakes were originally to. MANY thanks to those who replied
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    looks like a GM 69-77 caliper - the one that comes with a lot of mustang ii front end kits, it could be the later 78 upwards GM metric caliper but I would think its the earlier one.

    both calipers have a 7/16-20 inlet thread size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAYS CLASSICS.COM View Post
    70-73 camaro /chevelle , i,m coming over on the 25th 7 will be in hereford on the 26th beaulie autojumble sept 4th i can bring a pair with me if it helps , cheers RAY A in sf

    VERY kind, Ray - thank you. See above post (need to be back on the road, ASAP !)

    Is that the Caliper in your opinion ? (at some point, it's gonna get Pads & Discs)

    Your offer greatly appreciated, Mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35kid View Post
    looks like a GM 69-77 caliper - the one that comes with a lot of mustang ii front end kits, it could be the later 78 upwards GM metric caliper but I would think its the earlier one.

    both calipers have a 7/16-20 inlet thread size.

    Info appreciated - thanks. It never ceases to amaze me the wealth of knowledge held by people in our 'World'. Cheers !
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    whip off the old one off and take it into one of the bigger USA parts suppliers, Frosts, USA Automotive, WASP etc, any decent parts guy should be able to match it
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    i would say forsure its early seventies chevelle/camaro its what i used to use on tri five conversions before all the kits were available , good luck with it RAY A in sf

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    I have a new pair in my garage you can have for £25 inc postage, drop me a PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorama View Post
    whip off the old one off and take it into one of the bigger USA parts suppliers, Frosts, USA Automotive, WASP etc, any decent parts guy should be able to match it
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    i would say forsure its early seventies chevelle/camaro its what i used to use on tri five conversions before all the kits were available , good luck with it RAY A in sf
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    I have a new pair in my garage you can have for £25 inc postage, drop me a PM

    Thanks, Fellas .... as posted above - having some made up tomorrow by BigYellaTaxi (Guy)

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